Gibbs's 'professional left' comment spurs clothing line

People who count themselves part of the so-called "professional left" can now wear the slogan, thanks to a new set of shirts and bumper stickers.

White House press secretary Robert Gibbs set off a political firestorm when he told The Hill that members of the "professional left" have been too hard on the White House and that some of them "ought to be drug-tested."

Those people whom Gibbs criticized now have a novel way to get back at the press secretary. A number of new shirts and bumper stickers have been put up for sale by a user on the website CafePress.com. The user also sells buttons and T-shirts railing against oil giant BP, which is responsible for the Gulf of Mexico Oil spill.

Check out a "professional left" shirt below:

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